program with the degree of resis tense after the fact. look at social security, medicare and medicaid, even medicaid which took years to get states in, we have not seen anything like this with the lawsuits and the 0 40-plus votes in congress to overturn. and every red state is not participating by expanding medicaid or extending their own exchange. thatry dealing with a lot of more states than they expected. look, i think the answer to their problems, if there is an answer, is signing people up. that's ultimately what they have to do is create a constituency for this, not only in the individuals who are in the plan, but this the doctors, the hospitals, the drug companies, others that will be benefiting from it. they need the economic constituency for this. one of the big problems of this troubled rollout is that it really eliminates the pressure on red states to come in. one of the things they were hoping is that places like california, new york and others signed up a lot of people that maybe texas, florida and georgia have a large number of uninsured may feel like they have to join.